Washington Wizard Nick Young: Shooting Guard, Wedding Crasher

The Washington Wizards wrap up a five-game road trip Monday night against the Phoenix Suns, so Nick Young did what any NBA player would do on a Saturday night as preparation for a matchup 48 hours later: he crashed a random wedding. Young was wandering the lobby of the Ritz-Carlton, got chatted up by some folks at the Latif-Sidoiq nuptials, and next thing you know, he's posing for pictures and eating cake. Via Michael Lee of the Washington Post:

"I just said, ‘Congratulations to the bride and groom,' " Young said with a laugh. "I didn't know nobody. I went in there and gave a speech. I was a wedding crasher. Will Ferrell. I didn't have nothing else to do."

Photo after the jump of Young's star turn in "Wedding Crashers 2".

(Picture via @lasiaf3 and, of course, @NickSwagyPYoung)

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